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All Autoethnographic Essays Autoethnographic Writing Features Reflections on Method Volume 1, Issue 2 (2021)

Worlds without Women: Tolkien’s Middle-earth

“My thesis began to unfold after doing some research on my final topic idea about Tolkien’s world, female characters, female gamers, and the stereotype that females are the love interests or damsels in distress. I chose autoethnography because it allowed me to add that personal angle to the paper because I am a female writer, reader, and gamer.”

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All Autoethnographic Literary Fiction Autoethnographic Writing Volume 1, Issue 2 (2021)

Autoethnographic Literary Fiction: “Just One More Time…”, a Family’s Experience of COVID Social Distancing

“She has been so careful at work; she has had all of her shopping delivered for weeks, actually for months, now; she’s even wiped down the items with bleach as they are delivered, and still does. How can this have happened?”